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  • Documento de Trabajo No. 1 Working Paper No. 1 Document de Travail No. 1 Compilación Bibliográfica sobre Belice Bibliographical compilation on BelizeCompilation bibliographique sur le Belize Elisabeth Cunin & Odile Hoffmanncon el apoyo de / with support of / avec l’aide de Gloria Lara México, Septiembre 2008 Mexico, September 2008 Mexico, Septembre 2008 AFRODESC http://www.ird.fr/afrodesc/
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1CUNIN, Elisabeth & HOFFMANN Odile, 2008. Compilación Bibliográfica sobre Belice.Bibliographical compilation on Belize. Compilation bibliographique sur le Belize. Documentode Trabajo No. 1 / Working Paper No. 1 / Document de Travail No. 1, México: ProyectoAFRODESCLas citas bibliográficas se presentan en el formato de la American PsychologicalAssociation (APA). The bibliographical references follow the model of the AmericanPsychological Association (APA). Les références bibliographiques suivent les normes dela American Psychological Association (APA). 2
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1Esta compilación bibliográfíca inaugura la colección “Documentos de trabajo” del ProgramaInternacional de Investigación AFRODESC, “Afrodescendientes y esclavitud: dominación,identificación y herencias en las Américas”. Este programa está financiado principalmente porla Agencia nacional de investigación (ANR) francesa y comprende una docena de institucionesmexicanas, francesas, colombianas y de otros países. Para más información, se puedeconsultar el sitio web http://www.ird.fr/afrodesc/. Las actividades de AFRODESC se llevan acabo en colaboración estrecha con el Programa europeo de investigación EURESCL « SlaveTrade, Slavery, Abolitions and their Legacies in European Histories and Identities ».El Documento de trabajo No. 1 del programa AFRODESC marca la primera etapa de lainvestigación en curso sobre Belice. Empezamos por registrar las referencias de trabajosdisponibles, y nos pareció útil difundirlas después de haberlas organizado de manerasistemática. Los temas son en parte arbitrarios en la medida en que corresponden a nuestrospropios intereses de investigación. Además, concretamente, algunas referencias podían habersido registradas en varias rúbricas: en este caso privilegiamos la temática principal deldocumento.La compilación se realizó mediante la revisión de las obras disponibles en librerías ybibliotecas, principalmente en Belice (Archivos, Biblioteca Nacional, Biblioteca de laUniversity of Belize), y de las revistas nacionales e internacionales. Se nutrió además de losdatos referenciados en los catálogos de las bibliotecas especializadas en Francia (IHEAL,SUDOC con 196 referencias), México (COLMEX con 150 títulos, UNAM con unas veinte obrasreferenciadas, CIESAS con 118 títulos, Instituto Mora con 90 referencias), Estados Unidos(Library of Congress con 187 títulos) y Gran Bretaña (British Library, con más de 550referencias, aunque no más de 200 publicadas después de 1990).La documentación histórica es relativamente abundante, sobre todo aquella concerniente a loslitigios territoriales entre Belice, México y Guatemala, señalando así el interés de los analistas,diplomáticos e historiadores, por este caso muy particular de un territorio fuera de normas, ala vez codiciado y abandonado durante siglos por las potencias coloniales. Por su parte, laliteratura contemporánea es rica en trabajos relativos al medioambiente, la biodiversidad y labiología, muestra de los intereses globales de nuestra época por este medio extremadamenterico en ecosistemas y recursos de alto potencial (turismo, ecología, desarrollo sustentable).Sin soslayar estos tópicos, nosotras privilegiamos temáticas contemporáneas sociales, políticasy culturales (dejando de lado los trabajos más arqueológicos). Si no es muy abundante, laproducción bibliográfica es mucho más rica de lo que pensábamos al iniciar este trabajo decompilación. Sin pretensión de exhaustividad, esta bibliografía sobre Belice da cuenta de estariqueza, evidencia algunas lagunas y atestigua de los intereses y debates llevados sobre Beliceen el mismo país como en las arenas académicas internacionales.Esta bibliografía es una versión provisional, llamada a ser constantemente completada por losavances en la investigación y los aportes de otros investigadores.El texto ha sido revisado y formateado por Gloria Lara.Elisabeth Cunin, IRD-CIESASelisabeth.cunin@ird.frOdile Hoffmann, CEMCAodilehoffmann@prodigy.net.mx 3
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1This bibliographic compilation opens the collection “Documentos de trabajo” of theInternational Research Program AFRODESC, “Afrodescendientes y esclavitud: dominación,identificación y herencias en las Américas”. It is principally financed by the French ResearchNational Agency (ANR) and includes a dozen institutions from Mexico, France, Colombia, andother countries. AFRODESC activities take place in close collaboration with the Europeanresearch program EURESCL “Slave Trade, Slavery, Abolitions and their Legacies in EuropeanHistories and Identities”. For more information, please check up the web pagehttp://www.ird.fr/afrodesc/.Work document number 1 of AFRODESC program indicates the first stage of the currentlyresearch about Belize. We have started to register the available bibliographical references sowe found useful to diffuse them after having organized this material in a systematic way.Topics are partly arbitrary as they correspond to our own research interests. Furthermore,some references might have been registered in several headings: in this case we favoured thedocument’s principal thematic.The compilation was made through the revision of publications available in bookshops andlibraries, mainly in Belize (Archives, National Library, University of Belize Library), and fromnational and international journals. We also used the referenced data of specialized libraries’catalogues: in France (IHEAL, SUDOC 196 references), in Mexico (COLMEX 150 titles, UNAMabout 20 referenced works, CIESAS 118 titles, Instituto Mora 90 references), in the UnitedStates (Library of Congress 187 titles) and in Great Britain (British Library, more than 550references, although no more than 200 published after 1990).Historical material is relatively abundant, especially regarding the territorial disputes betweenBelize, Mexico and Guatemala, thus indicating the interests of analysts, diplomats andhistorians, for this very particular case of a territory which has been both disputed andneglected during centuries by the colonial powers. Regarding the contemporary literature onBelize, it mainly concentrates on ecology biodiversity and biology issues, showing today’sglobal interests for this environment so rich in ecosystem and potentially exploitable resources(tourism, ecology, sustainable development).Considering the above mentioned subjects, we have attached great importance to social,political and cultural contemporary issues (with very few references to the archaeologicalworks). Even though the bibliographical references on those topics are not very numerous,they are more numerous than what we thought at the beginning. This compilation, which doesnot pretend to be exhaustive, gives account of this abundance, as well as it shows the absenceof some thematic and allows thus to precise the themes of interests and discussions aboutBelize in this country or in the international academic world.Like all bibliographies, this one is a temporal version, and we hope it will be completedprogressively our colleagues and readers contributions.The text was revised by Gloria Lara.Elisabeth Cunin, IRD-CIESASelisabeth.cunin@ird.frOdile Hoffmann, CEMCAodilehoffmann@prodigy.net.mx 4
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1Cette bibliographie inaugure la collection « Documento de Trabajo / Working Paper / Documentde Travail » du Programme international de recherche AFRODESC, « Afrodescendants etesclavages: domination, identification et héritages dans les Amériques ». Financé principalementpar l’Agence Nationale de Recherche (France), celui-ci regroupe une douzaine d’institutions,principalement au Mexique, en Colombie et en France. Pour plus d’informations, voir le sitehttp://www.ird.fr/afrodesc/. Les activités d’Afrodesc se déroulent en étroite collaboration avec leprogramme européen EURESCL « Slave Trade, Slavery, Abolitions and their Legacies in EuropeanHistories and Identities ».Le Document de Travail No. 1 du programme Afrodesc correspond à la première étape derecherches en cours au Belize. Comme lors de tout nouveau projet, nous avons commencé parrecenser les travaux disponibles, et il nous a semblé utile de les organiser de façon systématique etde les diffuser publiquement. Les thèmes retenus sont donc en partie arbitraires et correspondentà nos propres intérêts de recherche. D’un point de vue pratique, certaines références auraient puêtre classées dans plusieurs rubriques : dans ce cas, nous avons privilégié la thématique principaleabordée dans le document.La compilation bibliographique s’appuie sur la révision des ouvrages disponibles en librairie et enbibliothèques, principalement au Belize (Archives, Bibliothèque Nationale, Bibliothèque del’University of Belize), et des revues nationales et internationales. Elle reprend aussi les donnéesréférencées dans les catalogues des bibliothèques a priori les mieux dotés en France (IHEAL,SUDOC avec 196 références), au Mexique (COLMEX avec 150 titres, UNAM avec une vingtained’ouvrages, CIESAS avec 118 titres, Instituto Mora avec 90 titres), aux Etats-Unis (Library ofCongress avec 187 titres) et en Grande Bretagne (British Library, plus de 550 titres avec l’entréeBelize, mais pas plus de 200 publiés depuis 1990).La documentation historique est assez abondante, surtout pour celle concernant les litigesterritoriaux entre le Belize, le Mexique et le Guatemala, signe de l’intérêt des praticiens et desthéoriciens (diplomates et historiens) pour ce cas tout à fait particulier de territoire à la fois disputéet négligé pendant des siècles par les puissances coloniales. Pour sa part, la littératurecontemporaine est riche dans les domaines de l’environnement, la biodiversité et la biologie,traduisant les intérêts globaux de notre époque pour ce milieu extrêmement riche en écosystèmeset ressources potentiellement exploitables (tourisme, écologie, développement durable).Tout en prenant en compte ces domaines, nous avons pour notre part privilégié les thématiquescontemporaines sociales, politiques et culturelles (laissant ainsi de côté les travaux plusarchéologiques). La production n’est pas extrêmement abondante, mais elle est beaucoup plusriche que ce que l’on pouvait penser en un premier temps. La compilation, sans prétentionexhaustive, rend compte de cette richesse, met en évidence certains manques, et permet depréciser les thèmes d’intérêts et les débats menés sur place ou dans les arènes universitairesinternationales.Cette bibliographie est une version provisoire, nous espérons qu’elle sera progressivementcomplétée grâce aux apports de nos collègues et des lecteurs en général.Le texte a été revu et mis en page par Gloria Lara.Elisabeth Cunin, IRD-CIESASelisabeth.cunin@ird.frOdile Hoffmann, CEMCAodilehoffmann@prodigy.net.mx 5
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1Índice/Index/Table des matières1. GENERALIDADES (SÍNTESIS, BIBLIOGRAFÍAS, ATLAS)/ GENERALITIES (SYNTHESES, BIBLIOGRAPHIES, ATLAS)/GÉNÉRALITÉS (SYNTHÈSES, BIBLIOGRAPHIES, ATLAS) .........................................................................72. HISTORIA/ HISTORY/ HISTOIRE................................................................................................9 2.1 Relatos de viajeros/ Stories of travelers/ Récits de voyageurs .......................................9 2.2. Historia colonial/ Colonial history/ Histoire Coloniale .................................................10 2.3. Independencia, anticolonialismo/ Independence, anticolonialismo/ Indépendance, anticolionalisme.................................................................................................................13 2.4 Esclavitud/ Slavery/Esclavage ......................................................................................153. SOCIEDAD, POLÍTICA, ECONOMÍA/ SOCIETY, POLITICS, ECONOMY/ SOCIÉTE, POLITIQUE, ECONOMIE ........ 16 3.1. Sociedad y política/ Society and politics/Sociéte et politique ......................................16 3.2. Economía/ Economy/Economie ..................................................................................19 3.3. Explotación forestal, agricultura, tierra/ Logging, agriculture, land/Exploitation forestière, agriculture, terres .............................................................................................22 3.4. Turismo/ Turism/Tourisme .........................................................................................24 3.5. Ciudad, medio ambiente, territorio/ City, environment, territory/Ville, environnement, territoire ............................................................................................................................254. ETNICIDAD, RAZA/ ETHNICITY, RACE/ETHNICITÉ, RACE ................................................................ 27 4.1. Políticas, integración, identidad nacional/ Politics, integration, national identity/ Politiques, intégration, identité nationale .........................................................................27 4.2. Relaciones interétnicas, etnicidad/ Interethnic relations, ethnicity/ Relations interethniques, ethnicité ....................................................................................................29 4.3. Grupos étnicos/ Ethnic groups/Groupes ethniques .....................................................31 4.3.1. Creoles, baymen, negros, afrodescendientes/ Creoles, baymen, blacks, descendents of Africans/ Créoles, baymen, noirs, afrodescendants .......................... 31 4.3.2. Garifunas/ Black Caribs ................................................................................. 33 4.3.3. Españoles, mestizos, indígenas, mayas/ Spanish, mestizos, indians, mayas/ Espagnols, mestizos, indigènes, mayas ................................................................... 35 4.3.4. Hindúes, chinos/ East Indians, Chinese/ Indiens, chinois ................................. 38 4.3.5. Menonitas/Mennonites ................................................................................ 395. GÉNERO/ GENDER/ GENRE .................................................................................................. 406. MIGRACIONES/ MIGRATIONS/ .............................................................................................. 41 6.1. Migración/ Migration .................................................................................................41 6.2. Emigración/ Emigration ..............................................................................................42 6.3. Inmigración, refugiados/ Immigration, refugees/ Immigration, réfugiés ...................427. CULTURA/ CULTURE............................................................................................................ 43 7.1. Cultura, arte, literatura, medios/ Culture, art, literature, medias/ Culture, art, littérature, medias .............................................................................................................43 7.2. Educación y lengua/ Education and language/ Education et langue ..........................45 7.3. Religión/ Religion .......................................................................................................488. RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES, CONTEXTO REGIONAL/ INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, REGIONAL CONTEXT/RELATIONS INTERNATIONALES, CONTEXTE RÉGIONAL ...................................................................... 48 8.1. España-Inglaterra, política exterior/ Spain-Great Britain, foreign policy/ Espagne- Angleterre, politique extérieure .........................................................................................48 8.2. Belice-México/ Belize-Mexique ...................................................................................49 8.3. Belice en Centro América, Belice-Guatemala/ Belize in Central America, Belize- Guatemala/ Belize Amérique Centrale, Belize-Guatemala ................................................51 8.4. Belice en el Caribe ingles/ Belize in the English Caribbean/ Belize dans la Caraïbe Anglaise .............................................................................................................................53REVISTAS/ JOURNALS/ REVUES ................................................................................................. 54ÍNDICE DE AUTORES/ AUTHORS INDEX/ INDICE DES AUTEURS ........................................................... 55 6
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 11. Generalidades (Síntesis, bibliografías, atlas)/ Generalities(syntheses, bibliographies, atlas)/ Généralités (Synthèses,bibliographies, atlas)A Bibliography of books on Belize in the national collection (1977). Belize: The Central library.A History of Belize: Nation in the Making (1983). Belize: Sunshine Books. [Reissue: 1995 y 2004.Benque Viejo del Carmen: Cubola, Productions. Disponible en:http://www.belizenet.com/history.html; consulta 30/06/08)].Abstract of statistics: Belize (1970-2004). Belmopan, Belize: Central Statistical Office, Ministryof Finance.ANDERSON, A. H. (1963). A brief sketch of British Honduras. Government Printer. [First Ed.1927].ANTOCHIW, Michel & BRETON, Alain (1992). Catálogo cartográfico de Belice/ Cartographiccatalogue of Belice, 1511-1880. México: Bureau Regional de Cooperation en AmériqueCentrale, Centre d’Etudes Mexicaines et Centramericaines.ARANA, Francis B. (1992). It used to be that… Volume I. Beverly Hills: Minuteman Press.ARANA, Francis B. (1995). It used to be that… Volume II. Benque Viejo del Carmen, BRC PrintingLtd.ARANA, Francis B. (1997). It used to be that… Volume III. National Printers Ltd.Atlas of Belize (2006). Benque Viejo del Carmen: Cubola Books.BARRY, Tom & VERNON, Dylan (1995). Inside Belize: The essential guide to its politics,economy, society, and environment. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Resource Center Press.BATH, Sergio (1966). Notas para una bibliografía sobre Belize, Honduras Británica. México:Embaixada do Brazil.Belice, historia y sociedad (1990). Guatemala: FLACSO - Fundación Friedrich Ebert.Belize Today: A Society in transformation (1984). Belize City: Sunshine Books.Belize: New Nation in Central America (1975). Belize: Cubola.BOUVIER, Leon (1984). Belize: Yesterday, today and tomorrow. Washington DC: PopulationReference Bureau.BRADBURY, Alex (1994). Guide to Belize. Old Saybrook, Connecticut: Globe Pequot Press.BRADLEY, Leo (Ed.). (1964). A Bibliography of published material on the country, as found in theNational collection (2nd ed.). Belize City: British Honduras Library Service.BUHL, Richard (Ed.). (1976). National Studies Faces & places of old Belize. Belize: GovernmentPrintery. 7
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1BURDON, Sir John Alder (1927). A Brief sketch of British Honduras past, present, and Future.London: The West India Committee.CARPIO, Roberto (1977). Hacia donde va Belice. Ciudad de Guatemala: Girblan y Cia. Ltda.DIRECTION DE LA DOCUMENTATION, FRANCIA, (1972). Les pays anglophones de la Caraïbe. LesAntilles Britanniques Belize-Guyana. Le bloc andin: structures et perspectives. Paris: Directionde la Documentation.ESTRADA DE LA HOZ, Julio (1949). Belice. Guatemala, C. A.: Tipografía Nacional Guatemala.EVERITT, John (1969). Terra incognita. An analysis of a geographical anachronism and anhistorical accident (a cultural geography of British Honduras). MA Thesis, Vancouver, SimonFraser University.GARGALLO, Francesca & SANTANA, Adalberto (comp.). (1993). Belice: sus fronteras y destino.México: Universidad Autónoma de México.GLASSMON, Paul (1991). Belize Guide. Champlain: Passeport Press.GORDON, Jessica (1990). The Nation we are making. Junior history of Belize. Belmopan:Ministry of Education, published by Cubola Productions.KNIGHT, Franklin & PALMER, Colin A. (1989). The modern Caribbean. Chapel Hill: University ofNorth Carolina Press.KROHN, Lita et al. (1987). Readings in Belizean History (2nd ed.). Belize City: St John’s College.MERRIL, Tim L. (1993). Guyana and Belize: Country studies. Washington D.C.: Federal ResearchDivision, Library of Congress.MINKEL, Clarence & ALDERMAN Ralph H.A. (1972). “A Bibliography of British Honduras, 1900-1970”. Journal of Latin American Studies, 4 (1), (May), 155. Cambridge University Press.MUNIANDY, Andy (1991). Belize and her people. Limited Buermah House Swindon (UK):Burmah CastrolOLGUÍN, David (2004). Belize. Belice (Triptyque). Montreuil, la Guillotine: Collection Le miroirqui fume.PALACIO, Joseph (1976). “Anthropology in Belize”. Current Anthropology, 17(3), 485-490.PALACIO, Myrtle (1990). “A social profile of Belize City”. SPEAReports3. Third annual studies onBelize conference, Belize, City, 1989 (pp. 68-81.). Belize City: Society for the Promotion ofeducation and Research (SPEAR).Profile Of Belize (1990). Society for the Promotion of Education and Research (SPEAR).SPEAReport6, (1990). Second annual studies on Belize conference (26-28 de octubre 1989).México: Published for SPEAR by Cubola Productions. 8
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1SPEAReport7, (1991). Fourth annual studies on Belize conference (25-27 de octubre 1990).México: Published for SPEAR by Cubola Productions.SPEAR (1992). Fifth annual studies on Belize conference. Ten Year’s of Independence in Times ofCrisis: Belize 1981-1991 (October 1991). México: Published for SPEAR by Cubola Productions.SULLIVAN, Paul (1978). “The founding and growth of bullet tree falls”. Belizean Studies, 6 (6),1-22.SWAN, Michael (1957). British Honduras. London: Phoenix House.The Belize issue (1978). London: Latin America Bureau, Research and Action on Latin America.The Handbook of British Honduras (1925). London: The West India Committee.The New Belize (1978). Belize: Government Information Service.WADDELL, David (1960). “More on the Belize Question”. The Hispanic American HistoricalReview, 40 (2), (May), 230-233.WILLIAMS, Eric (1966). British Historians and the West Indies. London: Andre Deutsch.WOODWARD, Ralph L. (1980). Belize Bibliography (World Bibliographical Series, vol. 21).Oxford: Clio Press.WOOLRICH, B. Manuel (1957). Bibliografía sobre Belice. México: Vargas Rea.YOUNG, Alma (1990). “Belize”. In James M. Malloy & Eduardo A. Gamarra (Ed.), Latin Americaand contemporary record. NY-London: Holmes and Meyer.ZAMMIT, J. Ann (1978). The Belize Issue. London: Latin American Bureau.2. Historia/ History/ Histoire2.1 Relatos de viajeros/ stories of travelers/ Récits de voyageursCARR, J.D. & THORPE J.E. (Ed.). (1961). From the cam to the Cays: the story of the CambridgeExpedition to British Honduras 1959-60. London: Putnarn.DAMPIER, William (1717/1906). Dampier’s voyage: Two voyages to Campeachy. Vol. 2., Ed. byJohn Mansfield. London: E. Grant-Richards.Department of Archaeology, Archives Department, Department of Museums (1990). The 1990Travel Exhibition. Moments in the history of Belize. Belmopan: Government Printery.DOBSON, Narda (1959). English privateering voyages to the West Indies: 1588-1595. Ed.Kenneth R. Andrews. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 9
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  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1cross nurses, 1920-1952”. Gender and History, 15 (3), (November), 507-527.MACPHERSON, Anne (2007). From Colony to nation. Women activists and the gendering ofpolitics in Belize, 1912-1982. Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press.MC CLAURIN, Irma (2000). Women of Belize. Gender and change in Central America. NewBrunswick, New Jersey and London: Rutgers University Press. [First Ed. 1996.]RANDALL, Margaret (1995). “The creation of a regional woman: Debbie Ewens of Belize”. InMargaret Randall (Ed.), Our Voices/ Our Lives: stories of women from Central America and theCaribbean (pp. 65-82). Monroe, ME: Common Courage Press.TUÑON, Esperanza (Coord.). (2001). Mujeres en las fronteras: trabajo, salud y migración,Belice, Guatemala, Estados Unidos y México. México: Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Ecosur, ElColegio de Sonora, Plaza y Valdés.WILK, Richard (1996). “Connections and contradictions: from the crooked tree cashew queento Miss World Belize”. In Colleen, Ballerino, Cohen, Richard & Beverly Stoeltje (Ed.), Beautyqueens on the Global Stage: gender, contests and power (pp. 217-233). London: Routledge.WOODS, Silvana (1991). Mothers of modern Belize. Belize: National Women’s Commission.ZAMBRANO, Lucia M. (1999). Ciudadanía y acción política de las mujeres: la Ley de violenciadomestica en Belice. Tesis, Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales, Universidad NacionalAutónoma de México.6. Migraciones/ Migrations6.1. Migración/ MigrationCASILLAS, Rodolfo (Comp.). (1992). Los procesos migratorios centroamericanos y sus efectosregionales. México: FLACSO, Cuadernos de FLACSO 1.EVERITT, John (1984). “The recent migration of Belize, Central America”. InternationalMigration Review, 18 (2), 319-325.ROBINSON, St. John (2006). Peopling Belize. Chapters in migration. Belize City: NationalInstitute of Culture and History, Institute of Social and Cultural Research.SEITZ, Karl S. (2005). Migration, demographic change, and the enigma of identity in Belize.M.A.: Arizona State University.VERNON, Dylan (1988). International migration and development in Belize: An overview ofdeterminants and effects of recent movements. Master’s Thesis, Carleton University, Ottawa. 41
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 16.2. Emigración/ EmigrationARNOLD, Williams (1988). Ethnic identification, ethnicity, and ethnic solidarity in Los AngelesCounty´s West Indian-American Community. Doctoral Dissertation, University of California, LosAngeles.BABCOCK, Elisabeth (2003). Belizean transnationalism: the role of migrant voluntaryassociations. Doctoral dissertation, Indiana University.BABCOCK, Elisabeth (2006). “The transformative potential of Belizean migrant voluntaryassociation in Chicago”. International Migration, 44, 1.CORNEBISE, Michael (2005). “Belizean population and migration trends: examining the supplyside of Chicago’s Belizean story”. Bulletin of the Illinois Geographical Society, 47 (1), (Spring).DAVIDSON, Robert B. (1966). Black British: Immigrants to England. London: Oxford UniversityPress.ESCALANTE, Homero (1973). “Belizean exodus?” National Studies, 1 (4), (July), 1-3.ROSER, Connie, SNYDER, Leslie & CHAFFEE, Steven (1986). “Belize release me, let me go: Theimpact of mass media on emigration in Belize”. Belizean Studies, 14 (3), 1-30.SNYDER, Leslie, ROSER, Connie & CHAFFEE, Steven (1991). “Foreign media and the desire toemigrate from Belize”. Journal of Communication, 41 (1), (Winter), 117-132.STRAUGAHN, Jerome (2004). Belizean immigrants in Los Angeles. Doctoral Dissertation,University of Southern California.VERNON, Dylan (1990). “Belizean exodus to the United States: for better or for worse”.SPEAReports 4, Second annual studies on Belize conference (pp. 6-28). México: SPEAR, CubolaProductions.6.3. Inmigración, refugiados/ Immigration, refugees/ Immigration,réfugiésBILLARD, Annick (1988). “Belize: A peaceful corner in a region at war”. Refugees, Altocomisionado de las naciones unidas para los refugiados (ACNUR), Feb., 9-13.COLLINS, Charles O. (1995). “Refugee Resettlement in Belize”. Geographical Review, 85 (1),(Jan.), 20-30.COURTENAY, Vernon H. (1984). The Alien situation in Belize. Belmopan: GovernmentInformation Service.DAUGAARD-HANSEN, Flemming (2005). “Processes of differentiation in Belize City: Theconstruction and negotiation of immigrants and other strangers”. Belizean Studies, 27 (1),(June), 3-25.DE FAY, Jason B. (2004). Identity matters: immigration and the social construction of identity in 42
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  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1Índice de autores/ Authors index/ Indice des auteursAGUILERA, Gabriel .................................................................................................................................. 13ALDERMAN Ralph H.A .............................................................................................................................. 8ALSOPP, S.R. ........................................................................................................................................... 45ALVARADO, Rafael .................................................................................................................................. 51ALVAREZ, José de Jesús .......................................................................................................................... 49ALVAREZ, Pablo ...................................................................................................................................... 49América Indígena.................................................................................................................................... 29ANDERSON, A. H. ......................................................................................................................................7ANDERSON, A.G...................................................................................................................................... 24ANTOCHIW, Michel ..................................................................................................................................7ARANA, Francis B. .....................................................................................................................................7ARANAIZ, Stella ...................................................................................................................................... 24ARBUCKLE R,V. ....................................................................................................................................... 24ARNASON, John Thor .............................................................................................................................. 23ARNOLD, Williams .................................................................................................................................. 42ASHCRAFT, Norman ................................................................................................................................ 10ASHDOWN, Peter .......................................................................................... 10, 13, 14, 16, 19, 37, 31, 53ASTURIAS, Francisco ............................................................................................................................... 51AWE, Jaime........................................................................................................................... 24, 27, 35, 37AYCINENA, Luis ....................................................................................................................................... 51AYUSO, Mateo ........................................................................................................................................ 36BABCOCK, Elisabeth .......................................................................................................................... 42, 45BALBONI, Barbara S. ............................................................................................................................... 14BALOGUN, Olatunji ................................................................................................................................. 31BANCROFT, H. H. .................................................................................................................................... 51BARANDA, Joaquín ................................................................................................................................. 49 55
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1BARDINI, Roberto ................................................................................................................................... 51BARHAM, B. ............................................................................................................................................ 22BARNETT, Carla................................................................................................................................. 19, 22BARRY, Tom ..............................................................................................................................................7BARTON, David ....................................................................................................................................... 37BATEMAN, Rebecca B. ............................................................................................................................ 33BATH, Sergio .............................................................................................................................................7BEALS, Paul W. ....................................................................................................................................... 45BECK, Ervin ....................................................................................................................................... 31, 43BELIZE KRIOL PROJECT ............................................................................................................................ 46BELIZE TOWN PLANNING COMMITTEE ................................................................................................... 25BENNETT, Joseph .................................................................................................................................... 46BERENDSE, Myrte ............................................................................................................................. 24, 25BERKEY, Curtis ........................................................................................................................................ 36BERTE, Nancy A. ..................................................................................................................................... 36BERTRAND, Régis .................................................................................................................................... 14BETETA, Ramón ...................................................................................................................................... 22BIANCHI, William .................................................................................................................................... 56BILLARD, Annick...................................................................................................................................... 42BIRDWELL-PHEASANT, Donna ................................................................................................................. 46BLOOD, Sir Hilary .................................................................................................................................... 19BLOOMFIELD, L. ...................................................................................................................................... 51BOERSMA, Kees ...................................................................................................................................... 18BOLLAND, Nigel ............................................................................ 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 22, 27, 28, 36, 43BONILLA, Rosario .................................................................................................................................... 21BOUVIER, Leon .........................................................................................................................................7BOVIN, Philippe ...................................................................................................................................... 51BRADBURY, Alex .......................................................................................................................................7BRADLEY, Leo ............................................................................................................................... 7, 19, 29 56
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1BRAS, Karin ....................................................................................................................................... 25, 35BRAUN, Bertram ..................................................................................................................................... 19BRAUN, Charles ...................................................................................................................................... 46BRETON, Alain ..........................................................................................................................................7BRISTOWE, Lindsay ................................................................................................................................. 10BROCKMANN, Thomas C................................................................................................................... 28, 29BROOKE, Cyril ......................................................................................................................................... 10BROWN, D. ............................................................................................................................................. 22BROWN, Wallace .................................................................................................................................... 10BROWNE, Sharon ................................................................................................................................... 40BRYCE, William ....................................................................................................................................... 10BUHL, Richard ...........................................................................................................................................7BUHLER, Richard ............................................................................................................................... 10, 48BULLARD, Kenyon M. .............................................................................................................................. 40BURDON, Sir John Alder...................................................................................................................... 8, 10BURN, W. L. ............................................................................................................................................ 15BURNS, Alan ........................................................................................................................................... 10BURTON, Richard .................................................................................................................................... 31BYRD, Herman ........................................................................................................................................ 51CAIGER, C.L. ............................................................................................................................................ 10CAIN H.E.C. ............................................................................................................................................. 12CAIN, Ernest ........................................................................................................................................... 25CAL, Angel ............................................................................................................................ 11,19, 20, 36CALDERON, José A. ................................................................................................................................. 11CALVERT, Peter ....................................................................................................................................... 51CAMEJO, Hugo........................................................................................................................................ 52CAMPBELL, Mark .............................................................................................................................. 22, 36CAMPBELL, Mavis C. ............................................................................................................................... 11CAMPBELL, Persia ................................................................................................................................... 38 57
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1CARDENAS, Elizabeth .............................................................................................................................. 38CAREAGA, Lorena ................................................................................................................................... 49CARPIO, Roberto ......................................................................................................................................8CARR, J.D ..................................................................................................................................................9CARREY, N.S. ........................................................................................................................................... 20CARTER, E. .............................................................................................................................................. 25CASILLAS, Rodolfo................................................................................................................................... 41CASTAÑEDA, A. ....................................................................................................................................... 26CAYETANO, E. Roy ............................................................................................................................ 20, 33CAYETANO, Fabian ................................................................................................................................. 33CAYETANO, Sebastian ....................................................................................................................... 26, 33CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIONES DE QUINTANA ROO ................................................................................ 49CHAFFEE, Steven .................................................................................................................................... 42CHAMBERLAIN, Roberts.......................................................................................................................... 48CHAPIN, Mac .................................................................................................................................... 24, 20CHENAUT, Victoria.................................................................................................................................. 49CHEVERTON, R. L. ................................................................................................................................... 17CISNEROS, Héctor ................................................................................................................................... 25CLEGERN, Wayne .............................................................................................................................. 11, 48COLLINS, Charles O. .......................................................................................................................... 14, 42CONZEMIUS, Eduard ............................................................................................................................... 33COOPER, Debbie ..................................................................................................................................... 33COSMINSKY, Sheila ........................................................................................................................... 29, 31COTE, Mark A. ........................................................................................................................................ 26COURTENAY, Vernon H. .......................................................................................................................... 42CRAIG, Alan ............................................................................................................................................ 22CRAIG, Susan .......................................................................................................................................... 17CRATON, Michael ................................................................................................................................... 15CROSBIE, Cynthia .................................................................................................................................... 31 58
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1CROSBIE, Paul ......................................................................................................................................... 31CROWE, Frederick .................................................................................................................................. 48CRUZ, Julio.............................................................................................................................................. 49DA PENA ................................................................................................................................................. 14DACHARY, Alfredo .................................................................................................................................. 24DALTABUIT, Magalí ................................................................................................................................. 25DAMPIER, William ....................................................................................................................................9DANIEL, George ...................................................................................................................................... 20DAUGAARD-HANSEN, Flemming ................................................................................................. 28, 31, 42DAVIDSON, Robert B. ............................................................................................................................. 42DAVIDSON, William ................................................................................................................................ 36DAVIES, Ioan ........................................................................................................................................... 15DAWSON, Franck G. ................................................................................................................................ 55DAY, Michael .......................................................................................................................................... 44DE FAY, Jason B. ..................................................................................................................................... 43DEAN, Corinne ........................................................................................................................................ 29DECKER, Ken ............................................................................................................................... 31, 32, 46DEMAZIÈRE, Eve ..................................................................................................................................... 32Department of Archaeology, Archives Department, Department of Museums .........................................9DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORPORATION ................................................................................................ 43DIRECTION DE LA DOCUMENTATION, FRANCIA ........................................................................................8DOBSON, Narda .................................................................................................................................. 9, 11DODD, S. ................................................................................................................................................. 20DONOHOE, William A. ............................................................................................................................ 11DOWNIE, J. ............................................................................................................................................. 20DRIEDGER, L. .......................................................................................................................................... 39DUGRAND, Alain ..................................................................................................................................... 44DUIJNHOVEN, Hanneke .......................................................................................................................... 25DUMONT, René ...................................................................................................................................... 20 59
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1DUNKELEY, James ................................................................................................................................... 52DYCK, C.J................................................................................................................................................. 39EASTER, B. H. .......................................................................................................................................... 46ECHÁNOVE, Carlos .................................................................................................................................. 49EDGELL, Zee ............................................................................................................................................ 44EDMOND, Charles J ................................................................................................................................ 26EDWARDS, Colleen ................................................................................................................................. 17ELKINS, W. .............................................................................................................................................. 32ELLIS, Zoila .............................................................................................................................................. 17ENGERMAN, S. L. .................................................................................................................................... 15ENRIQUEZ, Jeremy .................................................................................................................................. 25ERGOOD, Bruce ...................................................................................................................................... 11ESCALANTE, Homero .............................................................................................................................. 42ESTALL, D.A............................................................................................................................................. 24ESTRADA DE LA HOZ, Julio ........................................................................................................................8EVANS, G. ............................................................................................................................................... 11EVERITT, John ......................................................................................................................... 8, 26, 39, 41FABELLA, Isidoro ..................................................................................................................................... 49FAIRWEATHER, D.N.A. ............................................................................................................................ 14FAIRWEATHER, Stephen ......................................................................................................................... 32FARAZLI, Corinne .................................................................................................................................... 26FERGUSON, William M. ........................................................................................................................... 36FERNANDEZ, Julio ................................................................................................................................... 17FERRERO, C. ............................................................................................................................................ 43FIEHRER, Thomas .................................................................................................................................... 16FINAMORE, Daniel .................................................................................................................................. 22FITZGERALD, Cid ..................................................................................................................................... 33FLOYD, Barry .......................................................................................................................................... 11FOG, Karen ....................................................................................................................................... 20, 53 60
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1FORD, Amos ........................................................................................................................................... 22FOSTER, Byron ............................................................................................................................ 26, 33, 36FREEMAN, T.A ........................................................................................................................................ 24FROST, Marvin D. .................................................................................................................................... 22FURLEY, Peter ......................................................................................................................................... 26GALL, Francis .......................................................................................................................................... 52GALLETTI, Hugo A. .................................................................................................................................. 37GANN, Thomas ....................................................................................................................................... 36GARCÍA, Evadne...................................................................................................................................... 22GARGALLO, Francesca ........................................................................................................................ 8, 33GASTAUD, Jean-Pierre ............................................................................................................................ 52GIACOTTINO, Jean-Claude ...................................................................................................................... 53GIBBS, Archibald R. ................................................................................................................................. 11GILES, B. W. ............................................................................................................................................ 14GLASSMON, Paul ......................................................................................................................................8GLICK, Leonard B. ................................................................................................................................... 29GODFREY, Glenn D. ................................................................................................................................. 26GOLDSWORTHY, D. J. .............................................................................................................................. 11GOMEZ, Mary ......................................................................................................................................... 44GONZALEZ, Jorge .................................................................................................................................... 36GONZÁLEZ, Nancy................................................................................................................................... 33GORDON, Edmund.................................................................................................................................. 20GORDON, Jessica ......................................................................................................................................8GOV OF PEOPLES UNITED PARTY ........................................................................................................... 14GOVERNMENT OF BELIZE ................................................................................................................. 14, 43GRAHAM, R. ........................................................................................................................................... 20GRAHAM, Elizabeth, R. ...........................................................................................................................36GRANT, Cedric .................................................................................................................................. 11, 17GREAT BRITAIN. CENTRAL OFFICE OF INFORMATION .............................................................................. 11 61
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1GREEN, William A. ............................................................................................................................ 16, 28GREENE, Oliver ....................................................................................................................................... 34GREGG, Robert A. ................................................................................................................................... 11GREGORY, James R. .......................................................................................................................... 29, 36GRIZZLE, H., Patricia................................................................................................................................ 34GUATEMALA. SECRETARÍA DE RELACIONES EXTERIORES ........................................................................ 52GUDERJAN, Thomas H. ........................................................................................................................... 37GULLICK, Charles .................................................................................................................................... 46HADEL, Richard ....................................................................................................................................... 62HAGERTHY, Tim ...................................................................................................................................... 44HALL, J.A. ................................................................................................................................................ 39HAMILL, Don .......................................................................................................................................... 20HAMMOND, Norman .............................................................................................................................. 37HANSON, David ...................................................................................................................................... 17HARRISON, J. .......................................................................................................................................... 17HAUGHTON, Anne .................................................................................................................................. 40HEALY, Paul F. ......................................................................................................................................... 37HELMKE Christophe ................................................................................................................................ 35HELMUTH, Hermann .............................................................................................................................. 37HENDERSON, George .............................................................................................................................. 11HENDERSON, Peta ............................................................................................................................ 20, 40HERNANDEZ, David................................................................................................................................. 32HERRERA, Yvette .................................................................................................................................... 31HEYMAN, Will ......................................................................................................................................... 20HIGDON, F.X. .......................................................................................................................................... 39HIGMAN, Barry ....................................................................................................................................... 16HITCHEN, Peter....................................................................................................................................... 46HOWARD, Michael............................................................................................................................. 28,37HOWE, Stephen ...................................................................................................................................... 14 62
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1HUBBARD, Enrique ................................................................................................................................. 50HUBBE, Joaquín ...................................................................................................................................... 50HUGHES-HALLETT, Deborah ................................................................................................................... 37HUMPHREYS, Francis ..................................................................................................... 11, 30, 362, 47, 53HUMPHREYS, Robert .............................................................................................................................. 48HUNTER, Charles .................................................................................................................................... 47HUNTER, Lita .......................................................................................................................................... 11HURFORD, Graham ................................................................................................................................. 12HUXLEY, Aldous ...................................................................................................................................... 44HYDE, Evan X .................................................................................................................................... 32, 44INSTITUTO DE LA MUJER MADRID .......................................................................................................... 40IYO, Joseph-Ernest Aondofe....................................................................................... 22, 26, 29, 30, 32, 44IZARD, Gabriel ........................................................................................................................................ 34JACOBS, N.D. .......................................................................................................................................... 26JAMAIL, Milton ....................................................................................................................................... 14JAMES, C.L.R. .......................................................................................................................................... 20JANTZEN, C.R. ................................................................................................................................... 30, 39JENKINS, Carol ........................................................................................................................................ 34JEX, Zelma .............................................................................................................................................. 38JOHNSON, Howard ................................................................................................................................. 28JOHNSON, Melissa .................................................................................................................................. 30JOHNSON, Melva .................................................................................................................................... 21JOHNSON, Wallace ................................................................................................................................. 48JOLLY, Kimo ............................................................................................................................................ 26JONES, Grant ........................................................................................................................ 22, 23, 37, 50JONES, Sherilyne ..................................................................................................................................... 35JOSEPH, C.L. ............................................................................................................................................ 53JOSEPH, Gilbert ................................................................................................................................ 19, 23JUDD, Karen ..................................................................................................................................... 28, 30 63
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1KANE, Stephanie ..................................................................................................................................... 40KAUFFER, Edith ....................................................................................................................................... 52KEARNS, Kevin C. .................................................................................................................................... 26KEMP, L. D. ............................................................................................................................................. 53KERNS, Virginia ....................................................................................................................................... 34KEY, Carol ............................................................................................................................................... 25KHARUSI, Jocelyne .................................................................................................................................. 26KING, Emory ..................................................................................................................................... 12, 16KING, J. C. ............................................................................................................................................... 37KNIGHT, Franklin ................................................................................................................................ 8, 53KOENIG, Edna L. ..................................................................................................................................... 30KOOP, G.S. .............................................................................................................................................. 14KROHN, Eleanor ................................................................................................................................ 20, 47KROHN, Lita ..............................................................................................................................................8KROSHUS, Laurie ....................................................................................................... 17, 20, 21, 23, 30, 37LAMBERT, John D. .................................................................................................................................. 23LAURE, Joseph ........................................................................................................................................ 21LEAS, Charles .......................................................................................................................................... 12LEATHEM, Thomas.................................................................................................................................. 26LENT, John .............................................................................................................................................. 44LEON, Narda D. ....................................................................................................................................... 64LEWIS, Arthur ......................................................................................................................................... 21LEWIS, Corinth ........................................................................................................................................ 32LEWIS, David..................................................................................................................................... 38, 44LEWIS, Gareth D. .................................................................................................................................... 11LEWIS, Gordon ................................................................................................................................. 38, 54LOOK, Lai W. ........................................................................................................................................... 54LÓPEZ, Francisco..................................................................................................................................... 52LOWENTHAL, David ................................................................................................................................ 54 64
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1LUMINAIS, Misty N. ................................................................................................................................ 40LUNDGREN, Nancy ..................................................................................................................... 17, 30, 40MAC LEOD, Murdo ................................................................................................................................. 52MACÍAS, Carlos ....................................................................................................................................... 50MACÍAS, Gabriel ..................................................................................................................................... 50MACKLIN, Catherin ................................................................................................................................. 34MACPHERSON, Anne ........................................................................................................................ 40, 41MANINGTON, George ............................................................................................................................. 54MANZANARES, Myrna ............................................................................................................................ 31MARCUS, Linda ....................................................................................................................................... 49MARISCAL, Ignacio.................................................................................................................................. 50MARTINEZ, Luis ...................................................................................................................................... 50MARTINEZ, Santiago ............................................................................................................................... 50MATTHEI, Linda M. ................................................................................................................................. 34MAZZARELLI, Marcela ............................................................................................................................. 36MC CLAURIN, Irma .................................................................................................................................. 41MC MINN, S. ........................................................................................................................................... 25MC RAE, Ellen ......................................................................................................................................... 26MCCLUSKY, Laura J. ................................................................................................................................ 37MCKESEY, George ................................................................................................................................... 47MENDOZA, José L. ............................................................................................................................ 49, 52MENON, P. K........................................................................................................................................... 52MERRIL, Tim L. ..........................................................................................................................................8METZGEN, Monrad ................................................................................................................................. 12MILLER, Linda R. ..................................................................................................................................... 34MINISTERIO DE RELACIONES EXTERIORES DE GUATEMALA..................................................................... 53MINISTRY OF EDUCATION ....................................................................................................................... 47MINKEL, Clarence .....................................................................................................................................8MINORITY RIGHTS GROUP ...................................................................................................................... 32 65
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1MOBERG, Mark .................................................................................................................... 12, 23, 28, 43MOL, Linda ............................................................................................................................................. 39MOORE, A. ............................................................................................................................................. 27MORRIS, D. ............................................................................................................................................. 12MORRIS, John ................................................................................................................................... 27, 35MUNIANDY, Andy .....................................................................................................................................8MURPHY, James ..................................................................................................................................... 48MURRAY, Fr. M. ...................................................................................................................................... 11MURRAY, Roy ................................................................................................................................... 16, 23NATIONAL ART COUNCIL ........................................................................................................................ 44NAYLOR, Robert A. ................................................................................................................................. 12NICHOLAS, Victor .................................................................................................................................... 44NIPPERT, D.J. .......................................................................................................................................... 39NONDÉDÉO, Philippe .............................................................................................................................. 37NORTON, Natacha .................................................................................................................................. 53OKEKE, Stephen ................................................................................................................................ 17, 26OLGUÍN, David ..........................................................................................................................................8OLIVEIRA, Omar S. .................................................................................................................................. 44OLWIG, Karen ......................................................................................................................................... 54OMAN, Sir Charles .................................................................................................................................. 12OTTLEY, Oliver ........................................................................................................................................ 54OWER, Leslie H. ...................................................................................................................................... 12PADILLA, David ....................................................................................................................................... 50PALACIO, Joseph .................................................................................................... 8, 14, 17, 27, 32, 34, 43PALACIO, Myrtle ..................................................................................................................... 8, 18, 21, 30PALMER, Colin A. ......................................................................................................................................8PARRY, John H. ....................................................................................................................................... 54PARTIDO REVOLUCIONARIO INSTITUCIONAL .......................................................................................... 50PARVENU, Andre M. ............................................................................................................................... 43 66
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1PATERSON, Orlando ............................................................................................................................... 30PAYNE, Anthony ..................................................................................................................................... 49PAZ Y PAZ, L. Alberto .............................................................................................................................. 53PAZ, Ma. Elena ....................................................................................................................................... 14PEARCE, Douglas G. ................................................................................................................................ 25PENICHE, Manuel ................................................................................................................................... 49PEOPLES UNITED PARTY (PUP) ............................................................................................................... 15PERDOMO, Marcella ............................................................................................................................... 35PEREZ, Gustavo................................................................................................................................. 13, 50PEREZ-BRIGNOLI, Hector ........................................................................................................................ 53PERRY, Joseph ...................................................................................................................... 22, 23, 25, 31PERRY, M.D............................................................................................................................................. 35PETCH, Trevor ......................................................................................................................................... 23PHILLIPS, Michael D. ............................................................................................................................... 25PLAISIER, Jacob L. ................................................................................................................................... 43PLASIL, T. ................................................................................................................................................ 39POSNETT, N. W. ...................................................................................................................................... 13PRATS, Alardo ......................................................................................................................................... 50PRICE, George......................................................................................................................................... 18PRICE, Richard ........................................................................................................................................ 44PRICE, Sally ............................................................................................................................................. 44PRIMACK, Richard ................................................................................................................................... 37QUIRING, W. ........................................................................................................................................... 39RANDALL, Margaret ................................................................................................................................ 41REBOLLEDO, Miguel ................................................................................................................................ 50REILLY P.M. ............................................................................................................................................. 13RICE, Don Stephen .................................................................................................................................. 38RITZ, Stacy .............................................................................................................................................. 13ROBINSON, Guy ...................................................................................................................................... 23 67
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1ROBINSON, St. John ................................................................................................................................ 41RODRIGUEZ DE ITA, Guadalupe .............................................................................................................. 50RODRIGUEZ, María del Consuelo ............................................................................................................ 50RODRÍGUEZ, Virgilio ............................................................................................................................... 53ROESSINGH, Carel ............................................................................................................ 18, 24, 25, 35, 39ROGERS, E. ............................................................................................................................................. 21ROMNEY, D....................................................................................................................................... 23, 24RONDON, G. Denisse .............................................................................................................................. 44ROSBERG, Michael ............................................................................................................................ 18, 21ROSER, Connie ........................................................................................................................................ 42RUBINSTEIN, Robert A. ........................................................................................................................... 47RUIZ, David N.......................................................................................................................................... 27RUIZ, Gregorio ........................................................................................................................................ 25RUIZ, Maximiliano .................................................................................................................................. 50RUTHEISER, Charles .......................................................................................................................... 27, 44RYAN, J. .................................................................................................................................................. 24SAFA, Helen ............................................................................................................................................ 54SAMPSON, H. .......................................................................................................................................... 24SÁNCHEZ, I. E. ............................................................................................................................. 15, 18, 27SANTANA, Adalberto ................................................................................................................................ 8SAWATZKY, Harry ................................................................................................................................... 39SCHACKT, Jon ......................................................................................................................................... 38SCHOONDERWOERD, A. ......................................................................................................................... 39SCHWEGLER, Armin ................................................................................................................................ 46SEAMAN, P. ............................................................................................................................................ 68SEITZ, Karl S. ........................................................................................................................................... 41SERBIN, Andrés ................................................................................................................................. 28, 54SETZEKORN, William D. ........................................................................................................................... 15SEWELL, Tony ......................................................................................................................................... 33 68
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1SHARPE, Frank ........................................................................................................................................ 24SHELLER, Mimi ........................................................................................................................................ 25SHERLOCK, Philip ............................................................................................................................... 13,54SHOMAN, Assad .................................................................................................. 13, 15, 18, 21, 22, 24, 49SHOMAN, Kiren ...................................................................................................................................... 47SIEMENS, Alfred ..................................................................................................................................... 24SIERRA, Ligia A. ....................................................................................................................................... 50SMART, H. P. ........................................................................................................................................... 17SMITH, David A. ...................................................................................................................................... 34SMITH, Godfrey P. .................................................................................................................................. 18SMITH, Michael G. ...................................................................................................................... 28, 29, 33SNYDER, Leslie ........................................................................................................................................ 42SOBERANIS, Antonio ............................................................................................................................... 53SOLIEN, Nancy ........................................................................................................................................ 35SOLIS, Marina ......................................................................................................................................... 43SOSA, Nigeli ............................................................................................................................................ 21SPEAR .......................................................................................................... 8, 9, 15, 16, 18, 21, 32, 38, 47SQUIER, George ...................................................................................................................................... 53STAHL, Kathleen ..................................................................................................................................... 21STAVRAKIS, Olga ..................................................................................................................................... 24STEAGALL, Jeffrey ............................................................................................................................. 25, 31STEPHENS, John L. .................................................................................................................................. 10STONE, Michael ........................................................................................................................... 27, 29 35STRAUGAHN, Jerome.............................................................................................................................. 42SULLIVAN, Paul .........................................................................................................................................9SUTHERLAND, Anne .................................................................................................................... 15, 21, 25SWAN, Michael .........................................................................................................................................9TABOURET-KELLER, Andrée .................................................................................................................... 44TASKER-BROWN, Julie ............................................................................................................................ 21 69
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1TAYLOR, Douglas M. ............................................................................................................................... 35THOMPSON, J. Eric ................................................................................................................................. 38THOMPSON, John T. ............................................................................................................................... 47THORNDIKE, A. E..................................................................................................................................... 53THORNDIKE, Tony ............................................................................................................................. 18, 53THORNTON, Margaret-Ann ..................................................................................................................... 27THORPE J.E. ..............................................................................................................................................9THURSTON, L. ......................................................................................................................................... 27TILLETT, W. Edmund ............................................................................................................................... 21TOPSEY, Harriot ................................................................................................................................ 27, 30TOUSSAINT, Mónica ................................................................................................................... 13, 18, 50TOUT, G.M.............................................................................................................................................. 24TRIPARTITE REPORT ................................................................................................................................ 21TUÑON, Esperanza ........................................................................................................................... 41, 51TURNER, Billie ......................................................................................................................................... 38TZALAM, Froyla ...................................................................................................................................... 30TZUL, Alfonso ......................................................................................................................................... 45UGALDE, Gabriela ................................................................................................................................... 51UNICEF-CRD............................................................................................................................................ 18UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN .................................................................................................................... 24VÁSQUEZ, Luz María ............................................................................................................................... 25VEGA, José A........................................................................................................................................... 47VERHOEVEN, Arjan ................................................................................................................................. 45VERNON, Dylan..................................................................................................................7, 21, 41, 42, 45VERNON, Lawrence ................................................................................................................................ 30VIAL, V.E. ................................................................................................................................................ 24VICKERS, George ..................................................................................................................................... 13VICTOR, Lucio ......................................................................................................................................... 51VILLALOBOS, Martha .............................................................................................................................. 49 70
  • AFRODESC – Documento de trabajo No. 1, Working paper No. 1, Document de travail No. 1WADDELL, David ................................................................................................................................. 9, 13WATLER, John ......................................................................................................................................... 27WATSON, Karl ......................................................................................................................................... 28WHIPPLE, Emory ..................................................................................................................................... 29WIEGAND, Bruce .................................................................................................................................... 29WILENTZ, Gay ......................................................................................................................................... 45WILK, Richard ............................................................................................................ 19, 24, 30, 38, 41, 45WILLIAMS, Eric .........................................................................................................................................9WINZERLING, E.O.................................................................................................................................... 13WITTER, Michael .................................................................................................................................... 19WOLFE, J. ................................................................................................................................................ 22WOODBURY, H. Sarah............................................................................................................................. 30WOODS, Louis ................................................................................................................. 22, 23, 24, 25, 31WOODS, Silvana ......................................................................................................................... 31, 41, 47WOODWARD, Ralph L. .............................................................................................................................. 9WOOLRICH, B. Manuel ............................................................................................................................. 9WRIGHT, A. ............................................................................................................................................. 24WRIGHT, Pamela .................................................................................................................................... 47WRIGHT, Philip ....................................................................................................................................... 10YOUNG, Alma ....................................................................................................................9, 19, 29, 53, 54YOUNG, Colville .......................................................................................................................... 45, 47, 48YOUNG, Dennis....................................................................................................................................... 53YOUNG, Leroy......................................................................................................................................... 45YSAGUIRRE, Lena .................................................................................................................................... 11ZAMBRANO, Lucia M. ............................................................................................................................. 41ZAMMIT, J. Ann ........................................................................................................................................9ZEDILLO, Ernesto .................................................................................................................................... 51 71